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Language

Spanish

Currency

Currency

Euro €(EUR)

Clock

Time Zone

UTC +1

Electricity

230V, 50Hz, Type F

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Spain, Barcelona

Weather

17℃  22℃

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The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is located 20kms north east of the city of Barcelona near Montmelo.

This track has hosted F1 since 1991 although today, the facilities are in need of an upgrade but the weather is normally good and the crowd enthusiastic.

The F1 drivers typically enter the track from the roundabout entry on Cami Mas Moreneta and park near the paddock. If you have Paddock Club tickets you could head to the middle swipe gates and glimpse the drivers walking in. Otherwise, lookout for Fanzone appearances which are behind the pit straight grandstand.

There are some excellent general admission viewing areas but if you’re keen for a grandstand seat, I suggest the pit straight as it’s in shade in the afternoon or stands A at turn 2 or T at turn 10 for great views.

The drive to the track takes around 30 minutes or you can catch public transport but note that after the race, you’ll be waiting around for some time while the large crowd vie for the available buses.

F1 Spain Race Day 2022

KYM'S TIP

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Radisson Blu 1882 Hotel, Barcelona Sagrada Familia is one of my favourite hotels. It has one of the most comfortable and convivial lobby bars I’ve come across. The in-house restaurants are tastefully decorated, the rooms are good value, the staff joyful. Oh, and you can see the Sagrada Familia from the rooftop swimming pool.

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Accommodation-wise there are some basic hotels around the track and in nearby Montmelo but for those looking for 4- and 5-star properties along with a cosmopolitan social scene, stay in Barcelona, it’s a wonderful city. The Arts and the W Hotels are near the beach and are top notch although the W can be noisy in busy times and neither are cheap.

The city is full of colour and you should visit Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s greatest work and La Rambla, the main pedestrian shopping street but beware of pickpockets and scammers.

F1 Spain Behind The Scenes

BEHIND THE SCENES F1 VIDEOS

ABOUT THE Spanish

GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT

The track consists of 16 corners and if you book the last row of the stand at turn 10 you can see the entry into pit lane and the start of the main straight, plus you get glimpses into the paddock.

Since 1991

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Number of Laps:

66

Circuit Length:

4.657KM

Race Distance:

307.236KM

Lap Record:

1:16.330

Max Verstappen (2023)

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Spanish Grand Prix Results 2024

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Spanish Grand Prix Guide

If you're planning to attend the Spanish Grand Prix, here's some information that you'll find invaluable.